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22nd Apr '16 10:18:28 PM OminousBoardOfInvestors
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A special attack that uses the combined energy of everyone in a cast with the coup-de-grace, usually but not neccessarily, being delivered by the lead. It can be an actual attack technique, or it can be used as a powerup for something, such as a SuperMode.

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A special attack that uses the combined energy of everyone in a cast with the coup-de-grace, usually but not neccessarily, necessarily, being delivered by the lead. It can be an actual attack technique, or it can be used as a powerup for something, such as a SuperMode.



Not to be confused with CombinationAttack or CombiningMecha or AllYourPowersCombined. This is just about collective energy which even the most faceless and generic {{Muggle}} can provide.

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Not to be confused with CombinationAttack or CombiningMecha or AllYourPowersCombined. This is just about collective energy which even the most faceless and generic {{Muggle}} can provide.
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12th Apr '16 7:18:25 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* At the 2016 ''Chilanga Mask 3 Aniversario'' ACH raised his arms and asked the crowd to give him their energy before performing a [[FinishingStomp warrior's way]]. They were eager to oblige but he missed. Also, his brain buster is named after the former TropeNamer.[[/folder]]
8th Apr '16 10:39:24 AM Willbyr
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* [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha Nanoha's]] Starlight Breaker is similar to the original Spirit Bomb in that it also gathers ambient magical energy from the environment into a large energy ball.

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* [[MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha [[Franchise/LyricalNanoha Nanoha's]] Starlight Breaker is similar to the original Spirit Bomb in that it also gathers ambient magical energy from the environment into a large energy ball.



* Episode 13 of ''KeroroGunsou'' has the Keroro Platoon beating rival alien invader Viper by going into a series of {{Toku}}/{{Sentai}} inspired poses, leaps, and sound effects, ending in a team-up super-attack based around basketball metaphors (though Keroro messes up and uses golf: "[[GratuitousEnglish Nice Shot!]]").

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* Episode 13 of ''KeroroGunsou'' ''Manga/SgtFrog'' has the Keroro Platoon beating rival alien invader Viper by going into a series of {{Toku}}/{{Sentai}} inspired poses, leaps, and sound effects, ending in a team-up super-attack based around basketball metaphors (though Keroro messes up and uses golf: "[[GratuitousEnglish Nice Shot!]]").
23rd Mar '16 9:45:56 AM Willbyr
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* ''ZettaiKarenChildren'' has Kaoru attempting one of these in a clear parody of the Dragon Ball one, only she asks for the energy of ''perverts''.

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* ''ZettaiKarenChildren'' ''Manga/ZettaiKarenChildren'' has Kaoru attempting one of these in a clear parody of the Dragon Ball one, only she asks for the energy of ''perverts''.



* ''PokemonSpecial'' is pretty fond of this. The two main instances are at the end of Yellow saga, where [[spoiler:Yellow somehow absorbs the attacks of the Kanto starters into her hand to power up Pika's Megavolt]], and the end of the Emerald arc, where [[spoiler:the nine starters each fire an Elemental Hyper Beam at the fake Kyogre, with two Pikachu and their Pichu child finish it off with a flying triple Volt Tackle]].

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* ''PokemonSpecial'' ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'' is pretty fond of this. The two main instances are at the end of Yellow saga, where [[spoiler:Yellow somehow absorbs the attacks of the Kanto starters into her hand to power up Pika's Megavolt]], and the end of the Emerald arc, where [[spoiler:the nine starters each fire an Elemental Hyper Beam at the fake Kyogre, with two Pikachu and their Pichu child finish it off with a flying triple Volt Tackle]].
25th Feb '16 1:29:34 PM DannWoolf
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** Another X-men example. During a mission in Russia, X-men got into a fight with a one-shot villain Soul Skinner, a telepath who got a serious PowerBornOfMadness upgrade after discovering his wife was an undercover kgb agent monitoring him (and that she let their daughter die to avoid blowing her cover). With the X-team on the verge of losing, Psylocke performed a rather unusual move: she found a group of children hiding in a nearby building (the only people in town who hadn't yet been turned EmptyShell by Soul Skinner's rampage) and linked their minds into her psychic knife. Then she stabbed Soul Skinner with it. Since his powers were pretty much powered by {{Wangst}}, the concentrated ChildrenAreInnocent shut down his brain.

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** Another X-men example. During a mission in Russia, X-men got into a fight with a one-shot villain Soul Skinner, a telepath who got a serious PowerBornOfMadness upgrade after discovering his wife was an undercover kgb KGB agent monitoring him (and that she let their daughter die to avoid blowing her cover). With the X-team on the verge of losing, Psylocke performed a rather unusual move: she found a group of children hiding in a nearby building (the only people in town who hadn't yet been turned EmptyShell by Soul Skinner's rampage) and linked their minds into her psychic knife. Then she stabbed Soul Skinner with it. Since his powers were pretty much powered by {{Wangst}}, the concentrated ChildrenAreInnocent shut down his brain.
1st Feb '16 8:56:49 PM GrammarNavi
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* This is basically the point of TamoraPierce's original ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' series -- in ''Sandry's Book'', the title character weaves together the magics of the [[FourTemperamentEnsemble four leads]], making them all stronger, and each of the subsequent book titles (''Tris's Book'', ''Daja's Book'', ''Briar's Book'') tells you which of the four takes the initiative this time in using their combined magics to resolve the plot.

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* This is basically the point of TamoraPierce's Creator/TamoraPierce's original ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' series -- in ''Sandry's Book'', the title character weaves together the magics of the [[FourTemperamentEnsemble four leads]], making them all stronger, and each of the subsequent book titles (''Tris's Book'', ''Daja's Book'', ''Briar's Book'') tells you which of the four takes the initiative this time in using their combined magics to resolve the plot.
19th Jan '16 8:09:44 PM jormis29
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* How could ever forget about the ending to ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII Reign Of Chaos''. Thousands of wisps simultaneously detonating packs enough life energy to cause the demon [[BigBad Archimonde]] (who managed to trash you and your allies bases in the last mission of all the campaigns) to explode in a massive firestorm.

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* How could ever forget about the ending to ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII Reign Of Chaos''. Thousands of wisps [[WillOTheWisp wisps]] simultaneously detonating packs enough life energy to cause the demon [[BigBad Archimonde]] (who managed to trash you and your allies bases in the last mission of all the campaigns) to explode in a massive firestorm.
7th Jan '16 8:17:35 PM nombretomado
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* In the Day of Vengeance DC miniseries, Sorceress uses the combined power of every magic user in the DCU to fight TheSpectre. [[spoiler:It wasn't enough.]]

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* In the Day of Vengeance DC miniseries, Sorceress uses the combined power of every magic user in the DCU to fight TheSpectre.ComicBook/TheSpectre. [[spoiler:It wasn't enough.]]
4th Jan '16 7:24:48 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''{{Beyblade}}'' has a couple of these. The Bladebreakers are on Lake Baikal, facing Black Dranzerified!Kai. He beats them, all easily one by one, but then they use [[TheFourGods all four bitbeasts]], with Tyson somehow wielding both Dragoon AND Dranzer, and thus Kai is finally beaten.

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* ''{{Beyblade}}'' ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'' has a couple of these. The Bladebreakers are on Lake Baikal, facing Black Dranzerified!Kai. He beats them, all easily one by one, but then they use [[TheFourGods all four bitbeasts]], with Tyson somehow wielding both Dragoon AND Dranzer, and thus Kai is finally beaten.
20th Dec '15 5:46:41 AM Adept
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* The final stage of ''OsuTatakaeOuendan'' involves the cheerleader protagonists leading the people of Earth as they combine their ki into a [[KiAttacks massive blast of energy]] in order to save the world from impact with a huge meteor. In ''Ouendan 2'', the two rival cheerleading teams join up to cheer the people of Earth on as they combine their power to keep the sun from going out. In the American version and SpiritualSuccessor ''EliteBeatAgents'', our heroes do much the same thing to destroy the mothership of the music-hating aliens invading the Earth.
* In the final stage of ''SpaceChannel5'', the BigBad disables the sound system on Ulala's spaceship, rendering her unable to follow his patterns... until the scores of people she helped in the game previously show up and provide music in the form of an a capella version of "Mexican Flyer", the game's theme song. At the climax, the people focus their energy on a radio antenna in order to power up an energy blast big enough to blow away the bad guy.

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* The final stage of ''OsuTatakaeOuendan'' ''VideoGame/OsuTatakaeOuendan'' involves the cheerleader protagonists leading the people of Earth as they combine their ki into a [[KiAttacks massive blast of energy]] in order to save the world from impact with a huge meteor. In ''Ouendan 2'', the two rival cheerleading teams join up to cheer the people of Earth on as they combine their power to keep the sun from going out. In the American version and SpiritualSuccessor ''EliteBeatAgents'', ''VideoGame/EliteBeatAgents'', our heroes do much the same thing to destroy the mothership of the music-hating aliens invading the Earth.
* In the final stage of ''SpaceChannel5'', ''VideoGame/SpaceChannel5'', the BigBad disables the sound system on Ulala's spaceship, rendering her unable to follow his patterns... until the scores of people she helped in the game previously show up and provide music in the form of an a capella version of "Mexican Flyer", the game's theme song. At the climax, the people focus their energy on a radio antenna in order to power up an energy blast big enough to blow away the bad guy.



* Though it is not a specific attack, Amaterasu in ''{{Okami}}'' was only able to gather the energy needed to defeat the BigBad when the world finally realizes that she's more or less {{God}} and offer her their prayers.

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* Though it is not a specific attack, Amaterasu in ''{{Okami}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' was only able to gather the energy needed to defeat the BigBad when the world finally realizes that she's more or less {{God}} and offer her their prayers.



* In ''EternalFighterZero'', Ikumi Amasawa's Final Memory attack, "Sword of Friendship", calls out her four friends from the game ''MOON'' to attack her foe, with Ikumi herself delivering the final blow. If the attack doesn't finish off the opponent, Ikumi and her friends will strike a pose together as her opponent plummets back down to the ground.

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* In ''EternalFighterZero'', ''VideoGame/EternalFighterZero'', Ikumi Amasawa's Final Memory attack, "Sword of Friendship", calls out her four friends from the game ''MOON'' to attack her foe, with Ikumi herself delivering the final blow. If the attack doesn't finish off the opponent, Ikumi and her friends will strike a pose together as her opponent plummets back down to the ground.



* ''SuikodenTierkreis'' plays this [[{{Deconstruction}} a little too straight]] in one ending. [[spoiler:It's possible to defeat the FinalBoss with the combined energy of all the OneHundredAndEight characters you've recruited. More specifically, their ''LifeEnergy''. The only survivor is the protagonist, who's [[ShootTheShaggyDog corrupted into replacing the villain]]--[[HereWeGoAgain as the villain was corrupted into replacing the villain before him, when he, too, sacrificed a hundred and seven lives]]!]]

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* ''SuikodenTierkreis'' ''VideoGame/SuikodenTierkreis'' plays this [[{{Deconstruction}} a little too straight]] in one ending. [[spoiler:It's possible to defeat the FinalBoss with the combined energy of all the OneHundredAndEight characters you've recruited. More specifically, their ''LifeEnergy''. The only survivor is the protagonist, who's [[ShootTheShaggyDog corrupted into replacing the villain]]--[[HereWeGoAgain as the villain was corrupted into replacing the villain before him, when he, too, sacrificed a hundred and seven lives]]!]]



* ''InazumaEleven'' has "The Earth" shooting technique, performed by [[PowerTrio Endou, Goenji, and Fubuki]] by channeling will power of every active players in the team to create a huge energy ball before [[CrazyAwesome kicking it toward the goal.]] After learned, however, the player can have Endou abuse it in ever match without any need of gathering the power thing, in contrast to the anime adaption, where the skill is used only once throughout the series.
* ArTonelico2 has METHOD_REPLEKIA. It's an attack hymn that all the IPDs sing together.
* Near the end of ''LufiaIIRiseOfTheSinistrals'', the Sinistrals attempt to finish off the player's party with a Combined Energy Attack; the party counters with their own.

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* ''InazumaEleven'' ''Manga/InazumaEleven'' has "The Earth" shooting technique, performed by [[PowerTrio Endou, Goenji, and Fubuki]] by channeling will power of every active players in the team to create a huge energy ball before [[CrazyAwesome kicking it toward the goal.]] After learned, however, the player can have Endou abuse it in ever match without any need of gathering the power thing, in contrast to the anime adaption, where the skill is used only once throughout the series.
* ArTonelico2 ''VideoGame/ArTonelico2'' has METHOD_REPLEKIA. It's an attack hymn that all the IPDs sing together.
* Near the end of ''LufiaIIRiseOfTheSinistrals'', ''VideoGame/LufiaIIRiseOfTheSinistrals'', the Sinistrals attempt to finish off the player's party with a Combined Energy Attack; the party counters with their own.
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